A master bedroom is the heart of the house. It has to be a mixture of elegance, class, sophistication and grace. Nothing wakes up a weary bedroom like fabric.
Today’s easy-care bed linens, coordinated with accessories from curtains and table covers to lampshades, deliver a fresh new look in no time, without breaking the budget.
Another thing that is important when it comes to designing a master bedroom is the placement of the bed. Granting the bed beautiful focus is the headboards decorative duty.
Your master bedroom should be a place of comfort and relaxation; you can capitalize on your rooms architectural elements by backing the bed up to a book case or a shallow alcove.
Many of you should try paint-on wall art, topping a bed with simple stenciling or with block-printed patchwork designs. To go for a more traditional design and a grand legacy of practical past, dress the bed in soft drapes and fabric canopy to weave color and pattern into a room, or leave it beautifully bare.
Unlined white linen edged in blue gingham can give a bed a snappy yet sophisticated aura. Deep blue walls and a braided rug add to the mood.